Data Science

Olfactory Psychophysics Data

How does the structure of a molecule determine its smell? How can the smell of mixtures of molecules be predicted? What is the shape and structure of the perceptual space in olfaction?

Counting Smells

Predicting Odors


NeuroML Database

The lab maintains the NeuroML Database, which hosts and provides analysis and characterization of 1,500+ computational neuroscience models.

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Resources for Modeling


Validation of Neuroscience Models

Computational models are quantitative hypothesis about the systems we study. How do we know what the evidence is for or against these hypotheses? How can we know which models can account for which experimental data? Can the testing process be formalized?

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NeuroML Initiative

We contribute to the development of NeuroML, a modular, declarative, and simulator-independent model description standard.

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Modeling at Multiple Scales

Olfactory Model @ OSB

Community-Based Olfactory Modeling

We are currently contributing to an effort to convert the Migliore et al. (2014) model of the olfactory bulb into NeuroML in support of a modular approach to community based modeling. Find out more at Open Source Brain.

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Modeling Feedback in the Retina

Read about how our work contributes to understanding a few interesting mechanisms employed in the retina.

Ephaptic Mechanisms

Microsaccadic Efficacy

Fixational Eye Movements